sease

sease

(siːz)
vb (tr)
obsolete to seize
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Chen EH, Shofer FS, Dean AJ, Hollander JE, Robey JL, Sease KL, et al.
"We were looking for a route-marking alternative that would help alleviate these problems," said Dusty Sease, WaterOne's assistant manager of construction and maintenance.
(57.) Pollack CV, Jr., Sites FD, Shofer FS, Sease KL, Hollander JE.
Por el contrario, lo que convendra al hombre practico es estimar lo bueno o util "sease de la nacion propria o extrana" (272).
Cap Sease; KNITTER'S KNOW-HOW; Martingale (Nonfiction: Crafts & Hobbies) 28.99 ISBN: 9781604687743
Stable isotope analyses on dietary reconstructions rely on tissue signatures that provide valuable information on trophic level and potential food source choice in the diet of a given organism (Hobson & Sease, 1998; McCutchan et al., 2003; Vanderklift & Ponsard, 2003; Caraveo-Patino & Soto, 2005).
Jackson, Emma Hall Kessel, Stephanie Lauterbach, Kristina Poznan, Geoffrey Norman Ringlee, Hailey Sabol, Kasey Marie Sease, Amy Stallings, Evelyn Strope, David L.